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Russian Far East to welcome over 50 new companies2017-04-04 source own
Until the end of 2017, it has been suggested that over 50 new companies will enter the Russian Far East market investing €60 billion. As a result, over 4,500 new jobs will be available and this has been confirmed by the Ministry for Development. According to Alexander Krutikov, Deputy Minster for Far East Development, he says “Today 537 investment projects are being worked out. Most of the investors have already received the status of a resident of priority development area or Free Port of Vladivostok.”
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